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Humptulips

This 32 mile side trip follows the West Fork of the Hoquiam River passing through small logging communities.

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Once a logging center and is now an area of small ranches on the Humptulips River north of Aberdeen. The name is from the Quinault word Ho-to-la-bixh, meaning "hard to pole." The phrase relates to the Humptulips River, on which Native Americans used to propel their canoes with poles. By the 1940s, the town was the center of a small farming community, a few unpainted frame buildings stood on a...

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Mile: 109